Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks Begin Preparation For New York Jets

A daily link round-up of news surrounding the Seattle Seahawks.

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today —Wednesday, September 28 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

Seahawks Begin Week 4 Prep 

The Seahawks returned to the practice field at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center on Wednesday to begin preparation for their second road game of the 2016 season. 

Head coach Pete Carroll met with reporters for a lengthy press conference that covered Russell Wilson's injury, facing New York's "stout" defensive line and more:

Offensive lineman Bradley Sowell made an appearance at the podium after Carroll and talked about the opportunity he was given to start for the Seahawks:

Rookie Germain Ifedi (ankle) returned to practice today on a limited basis, and offensive line coach Tom Cable discussed having him back with the unit:

And offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell had a lot of praise for running back Christine Michael:

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from the United Way of King County (@UnitedWayKC), who tweeted this photo of linebacker K.J. Wright visiting Cascade Middle School yesterday with wide receiver Tyler Lockett.

More From Around The Web

The Seahawks added a former first-round pick to its running back group.

Digital media reporter John Boyle answered Twitter questions yesterday about the chemistry between Russell Wilson and Jimmy Graham, Richard Sherman's chances of winning Defensive Player of the Year and more.

Carroll would be surprised if Wilson doesn't suit up this weekend. 

Could the 49ers make a switch at quarterback?

Several players including Sherman, Bobby Wagner and Marshawn Lynch made an appearance at Cliff Avril's third annual Dining to Make a Difference event.

In his film review, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times notes that Luke Willson's ability to play H-back may have influenced the team to not keep a fullback on its 53-man roster.

Finally, speaking of the Week 4 matchup, it ranks fourth among must-watch NFL games on Sunday.

Get to know the faces of the New York Jets offensive and defensive units heading into the team's Week 4 matchup with the Seattle Seahawks.

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